7:00pm Troop Meeting
Agenda: Scouts through Second Class is to work on rank advancement skills ( the boys need to review their handbooks to see what requirements they lack for the next rank, read the book and come prepared to work on those areas).
First Class and above will start Communications merit badge.
Scouts and adults also need to sign up for the May campout.continue reading
Put labels on poles ( thanks Tane), resorted things in the closet, changed out worn flags, etc. Some others checked and re-painted Routes 4 and 5.
10 Scouts earns at from 1 to 2.5 hours of Flag serivce hours.Thanks to all.continue reading
Flag Service Project:
Saturday May 7th 900 AM At St Stephens.
Review, repair existing flags and poles for upcoming holidays when we put out flags.
Drive to customer homes (neighborhood around church) to verify sidewalk markings and pole sleeves.
Install new sleeves for new customers.
1 to 2 hours.
Flag service hours (required for T94 rank advancement)
Coin collection MB:
Chuck Freas finished teaching. Boys need to bring organized collection to show Chuck (50 coin minimum) then they will get merit badge.
Need help for Mrs Chavez to sort orders.
Thursday May 5th. 4 – 5 PM.
Orders can be picked up after 5 PM and by 6:00PM on Thursday May 5th at the Church.
Cell phone 576-6423.
Nik Baucom Eagle project: Week 2continue reading
Handicap ramp to meeting room building at fire department training facility. Amarillo College east campus.
East edge of airport.
Install joists and decking and handrails.
Meet at church at 9 AM or go to work site. Start work at 9:30AM.
Saturday May 7th
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Bring Suntan Lotion, Building Experience… (Food Provided)
And help an Eagle and your fire Dept.
For more info see Current Eagle Projects page.
Scouts please bring at least 50 coins.
Coke Fundraiser orders and money due at this meeting.continue reading
42 Scouts participated in at least part of last weekends camp. I counted around 31 tents pitched at the “Buzzard’s Roost” location at Camp Don.
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Friday night had the Temperature dropped to the lower 30’s. Everyone stayed warm though. And, fourtunately the wind died down. Temps went up quickly with the sun. Overall, the weather was great.
Saturday kicked off with a chill in the air and the Patrols cooking their own food. For some newer scouts, this was a new experience. With the help of more experienced scouts, everyone made great meals.continue reading